A mountain that forms as continental crust crumples and bends into folds
A mountain that forms where a normal fault uplifts a block of rock
Mountain ranges and mountain systems in a long connected chain.
Openings in Earth's crust from which molten rock, dust, ash, and hot gases flow or erupt
Magma that reaches Earth's surface
A hot, high-velocity mixture of ash, gas and fragmented rock that flows like a liquid down slopes and over terrain.
A low, flat, gently sloping volcano built from many flows of low-viscosity basaltic lava.
Cinder Cone Volcano
A steep, cone-shaped hill or small mountain made of volcanic ash, cinders, and bombs piled up around a volcano's opening
A tall, cone-shaped hill in which layers of high silica lava alternate with layers rock fragments.
A large crater caused by the violent explosion of a volcano that collapses into a depression
A pool formed by groundwater that has risen to the surface after being heated by a nearby body of magma.
A fountain of water and steam that builds up pressure underground and erupts at regular intervals
A vent in a volcanic area from which fumes or gases escape
A dark, hot, oxygen-deficient environment associated with volcanic activity on or near the seafloor spreading centers.
Molten rock beneath the earth's surface
A volcano that is erupting or has erupted recently.
A volcano that has not erupted recently, but may do so in the future.
A volcano that will not erupt again.